I honestly don’t like talking about myself. But I think it’s important that prospective clients get a sense of who I am.
There is a lot I could talk about — both professionally and personally — but there is only so much I can expect you to read or care about. So, below you’ll find short takes on my life, my career, and how I like to work.
Feel free to skim. There won’t be a test…
Where I’m From. Where I’m At,Where I’m Going.
I’m from Chicago originally (Go Bears!) and still go back regularly. But I’ve lived all over the country: Phoenix, AZ; Northfield, MN; Alcalde, NM; Somerville, MA; San Francisco, CA. I currently live in Las Vegas, NV. All the moving has made me good at packing, able to let things go, and comfortable with change. I also think its made me a better marketer by giving me experience with people living very different lives.
Have visited 42/50 US states and 12 countries. I am late bloomer when it comes to international travel, but I keep my passport up-to-date and hope to do more trips in coming years.
The Work I’ve Done. The Work I Want to Do.
I’ve worked for multiple companies, leading multi-channel campaigns in different industries with mix of both B2C and B2B. I think the common theme across it all has been a desire to build things from the ground up and have an impact.
These days, impact is even more important to me. I want to help companies hit their next growth stage or build their first marketing program.
How I Work. Can We Work Together?
In terms of work style, I work best with clear goals and space to figure things out. Basically, I prefer you tell me what you want to accomplish and what you’ve got for resources, and I’ll figure out how to make it happen.
I am open to working with anyone, but tend to do best with people that are task-oriented or numbers-oriented.
Have questions? Not sure what you need? Why not schedule a chat with me? I promise that we’ll spend our time talking about your ideas and your business. No pitch, no selling, and I won’t even ask you to look at one of those agency presentations. We’ll just talk and I’ll offer you suggestions.